The inaugural Tulane Research, Innovation and Creativity Summit (TRICS), held Wednesday, March 1, and Thursday, March 2, brought together Tulane scholars from across all disciplines to highlight their research and creative work.
TRICS, which replaces Health Sciences Research Days and School of Science and Engineering Research Days, was created to be more inclusive of the breadth of the research, scholarship and creativity underway at Tulane.
The event, which was held at the Jung Hotel and on the downtown and uptown campuses, featured presentations, poster sessions, lectures and panel discussions. Research by faculty, trainees, graduate and undergraduate students was presented from the schools of Medicine, Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Science and Engineering, Social Work, and the Tulane National Primate Research Center. Work from the schools of Liberal Arts, Architecture and Professional Advancement were also highlighted.
(Photos by Cheryl Gerber)